Bruno Mars Tour is set to be the third and final Grand Canyon tour to be held in Texas.
This year, the Texas tour will travel to the Texas A&M campus in the heart of the city, as well as to the Grand Canyon National Park and the Great Basin National Park.
The Grand Canyon is known as the “last of the great deserts” for its beautiful landscapes, spectacular rock formations and spectacular views of the surrounding region.
The Texas tour is billed as an “experience for everyone” and is part of the larger Grand Canyon Grand Tour, which will also include stops at Bryce Canyon National and Grand Canyon State Parks.
The tour will take in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, the Grand Teton National Park, and the Grand Prismatic Spring in Wyoming.
The tour also will visit the Great Salt Lake in Utah and the Utah-Arizona border.
The Grand Canyon tours are expected to cost $60-$75 per person.
The Texas tour has been delayed several times since its original announcement in February of last year.
In June, Bruno, who is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, told Fox News that the tour would be delayed.
He also said he was unsure whether or not the tour could be done in Austin.
The first two Texas Grand Tours, which were held in 2016 and 2017, were canceled after Texas Gov.
Greg Abbott signed legislation that made it illegal for tour operators to promote Texas events without prior approval from the state’s Tourism Commission.
The 2018 tour has yet to be approved, and its next date has not been announced.